14 September 2017

Uganda: Zari Splashes Cash on Expensive Ride to Get Back at her Late Hubby's Pal

Photo: Zari/Instagram
Zari.

Diamond Platinumz's partner, Zari Hassan, has bought a brand new Mercedes Benz E 250 CDI estimated to be worth at least Sh8 million ($79,000).

This comes barely a week after her nemesis, King Lawrence, who has all along opposed her relationship to the Tanzanian musician, unveiled his new Mercedes Benz AMG GT worth an estimated Sh21.2 million.

King Lawrence, who once had a brief thing with Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe, was a close confidant of the late Ivan Ssemwanga, Zari's ex-husband.

TRADING BARBS

It is worth remembering that sometime last year, King Lawrence offered to pay Diamond US$40,000 (Sh4 million) so that he could dump Zari and allow her to reunite with her children.

He alleged that she was not taking good care of the children she had with Ivan since she met the musician.

The two have been trading barbs on social media ever since.

Last week, King Lawrence flaunted his new ride when he posted a series of pictures while refueling his German machine. Two days later, Zari did the same via Snapchat.

A seemingly excited Zari posted a series of pictures of the front and rear of the brand new car with captions 'Welcome home baby' and 'That's hot, taking baby home.'

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